Spring Float Recliner


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Spring Float Recliner

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Spring Float Recliner 

Price: $36.99 
Item # 13018
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The SwimWays Spring Float Recliner floating lounger combines all the comfort of the Spring Float pool float line in a sit-up style with extra luxury details. Whether you are watching the kids play, reading, enjoying a cool drink, or chatting with friends, our ultimate pool float is the ticket to relaxation! Kick back and enjoy these features:

  • Integrated backrest, headrest, cup holder and ottoman.
  • Comfort mesh seat keeps you cool.
  • Fabric-covered inflation for comfort and added durability.
  • Patented inner spring adds stability in the water.
  • Inflates/deflates easily with Jet Valve Technology - no air pump required!
  • Folds flat for storage and convenient portability.
  • Weight capacity: For adults up to 250 lbs (113 kg).

Made in China

Product Instructions

To inflate:
  1. Remove valve cap and pull out stem to open.
  2. Inflate 2 air chambers.
  3. Immediately cover valve opening and press down firmly.
  4. Replace valve cap.
To deflate and store:
  1. Remove valve cap and pull out stem to release air. Deflate float before folding.
  2. Hold float, as shown below, palms facing out. Bring your hands together in front of you.
  3. Overlap your hands and float will automatically close into 3 small circles.

How to fold a Spring Float Recliner

Watch our How to Fold a Spring Float demonstration video. (Opens a new window.)

Product Care

Rinse with fresh water to remove salt and chlorine. Store out of direct sunlight.

WARNING: This is not a lifesaving device. Always keep children in sight within quick and easy reach when they are in the water with you. Open item slowly to avoid sudden movement. Not for use by children less than 15 years of age. Not for commercial use. Do not attempt to jump on item or hold small children while lying on the product.


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Posted by:Lynn
We love the recliner but have a PROBLEM with it.....somehow water has gotten into inflatable part and we can't get it out! We have three of these and this happened to two of them. They can still be used, althought they float alittle low...but we can't pack them up for storage. I have written to the company to see if this is a common problem. Will write another review to tell how this problem was handled.
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Posted by:gail
have owned for several years - used by a friend with a bad back - she cannot lay on her stomach or flat on her back - this allows her to relax in the pool in comfort - I do think it takes a while to inflate - but other than that it is great - have had no problem with mesh and I have had mine for several years -
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Posted by:paula
My first spring float recliner, which I've had for 5 years, just this summer sprung a leak. And that was only after my nephew used it to float down a low flowing river bumping over lots of rocks! I was lucky enough to find my second spring float at a thrift store. And I'm going to buy another one today.
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Posted by:clay
the floats are great the problem with the people complaining about the mesh only happens because they dont rinse off the chemicals or leave floats in treated water all the time...the mesh last forever if you will clean your float...weight is not the problem,,,they are the best!!!
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Posted by:leila
We have owned 4 of these floats over the years and they are by far the most comfortable floats in our pool. The problem we have is that the mesh bottom tears and the seat becomes unusable. We are of average weight and use the floats correctly but they never seem to make it past one season. For the price, I would hope you could figure a way to make the mesh more durable. We will have to look for options before we purchase again.
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